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WGRZ-TV’s City Shaper feature looks at the work being conducted by UB’s Clinical and Translational Research Center, and interviews Vincent Tutino, research assistant professor of biomedical engineering, who is working to develop a blood test that can detect brain aneurisms before they rupture.

A SEAS workshop designed to give students a better understanding of additive manufacturing closed with a 3D car race.


As a child, one of Gina Lee-Glauser’s (MS ’88, BS ’82) dreams was to become an astronaut. But today, the 2018 SEAS Dean's Award winner has a different mission: helping underrepresented and underprepared students achieve their dreams of graduating college.

An article in reports on a new research collaboration between UB and Moog Inc. to develop artificial intelligence for image recognition in metal 3D printing. The article mentions how engineer Rahul Rai and Moog received support from UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics.

The pitch competition was part of a Sustainability Month effort to get students engaged in the clean energy field.

An article in the Washington Examiner about the need to track the space debris circling in low-Earth orbit interviews John Crassidis, director of UB’s Center for Multisource Information Fusion and Samuel P. Capen Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who said space junk in low-Earth orbit consists of items such as rocket bodies and debris from collisions, and will eventually come down.
Abdulrahman Hassaballah, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, won first place for his research poster in the annual SEAS Graduate Student Poster Competition.

The awards, worth up to $966,000, will help STEM scholars pursue postgraduate education.